Agave nectar dripping with heritage.
Don Pedro Sánchez de Tagle built the Hacienda Corralejo in 1775 by the small town of Pénjamo — back when Jalisco was not even an official region and making it one of the oldest producers in Central Mexico. Not long afterward, he started making agave spirits for himself, his family, and friends. Tequila is still all they make on the old hacienda, in five varieties: Añejo, Reposado, Blanco, Triple Distilled, and super-premium Grand Corralejo.
As the label would suggest, Corralejo Anejo is an “Añejo” Tequila, which means it is aged from 12 months. But they age it in new American oak casks with a medium char — just like a Bourbon — giving it a fun spin from other Tequilas. Of course it is also made from pure 100% blue agave. The result is a solid, classic Tequila shot that has a hint of smoky butter, especially on the finish. And they ship it in bright red glass bottles, so it will stand out on your liquor shelf as much as it does in the glass.